The Happy Secret To Better Work.
Ted Talk, Shawn Achor, Youtube - TEDxBloomington - Shawn Achor - "The Happiness Advantage: Linking Positive Brains to Performance"
Ted Talk, Shawn Achors, https://lbcc.instructure.com/courses/72735/files/7420204?verifier=YmOZdQWbEqFczsjzVarLaDZTqq0jbRdeh48iQe0E&wrap=1
September 22, 2022
The Happy Secret To Better Work
The Happy Secret To Better WorkShawn Achor tells us how to be more positive, successful, and more average. It gives us an understanding about positive psychology and the surrounding of the specific topic. It changes how we look at things such as certain situations that occur where we can make them positive and not negative. Positive psychology's main aim is to encourage people to discover and nurture their character strengths,rather than channeling their efforts into correcting shortcomings. He mentioned how “25 percent of job successes were based on IQ while 75 percent results from optimism levels” . This came from researches all over such as Shawn himself.
In Shawn's TEDxBloomington presentation, he says that most modern research focuses on the average. That "if we focus on the average, we will remain merely average". It's what he mentions in the Ted Talk. He wants to study the positive outliers, and learn how not only to bring people up to the average, but to also move the entire average up. That was when he was explaining why he studied for happiness at Harvard and mentioned people can be more happy. After observing a couple of strategies dealing with rhetoric that Shawn used in his presentation i can say you used some.Ethos was one that I recognized in the way he used his expertise, as a former Harvard University student as well as statistics from his own research, .This was a lot of logos as well because he did a ton of research at Harvard. Which also mentions our brain can be more successful if we learn how to be positive by exercising more, meditating or even doing random acts of happiness. “Maybe we can glean information, not just how to move people up to the average, but move the entire average up in our companies and schools worldwide”. It was something he related to learning how to be more positive and successful. That's when we g